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Biden begins to map out ‘revolutionary’ agenda, reimagining his presidency amid national upheaval (mer., 03 juin 2020)
The presumptive Democratic nominee, who in the primaries dismissed the notion of radical systemic change, is rethinking his potential presidency as he considers taking power in the face of a pandemic, extreme unemployment and racial strife.
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Rod Rosenstein doesn’t agree that the Russia investigation was a ‘hoax’ or politically biased (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
If Republicans were looking for someone on the inside of the Trump-Russia investigation to endorse their theories that it was all politically motivated against Trump, they didn’t get it with the former top Justice Department official.
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After years of offending, Trump gets defensive about his legacy regarding black Americans (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
Trump is working to fight a legacy that he is one of recent history's most racist presidents.
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Polls show the election turning against Trump — so he says they’re invented (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
They aren't.
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Rod Rosenstein doesn’t agree that the Russia investigation was a ‘hoax’ or politically biased (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
If Republicans were looking for someone on the inside of the Trump-Russia investigation to endorse their theories that it was all politically motivated against Trump, they didn’t get it with the former top Justice Department official.
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After years of offending, Trump gets defensive about his legacy regarding black Americans (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
Trump is working to fight a legacy that he is one of recent history's most racist presidents.
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Steve King, the GOP congressman who defended white nationalism, just lost his job in the middle of anti-racism protests (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
King, who defended and at times even appeared to embrace everything that protesters are out on the streets opposing, will soon no longer be a member of Congress.
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The Daily 202: Law enforcement and national security veterans rebuke militarized response to protests (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
A defense official resigns in protest, and Esper distances himself from the Lafayette Square violence.
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Fox invited a former New York police commissioner to discuss race and policing. His comments were unsurprising — and misleading. (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
Bernard Kerik used Post data to present a deceptive case.
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Steve King, the GOP congressman who defended white nationalism, just lost his job in the middle of anti-racism protests (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
King, who defended and at times even appeared to embrace everything that protesters are out on the streets opposing, will soon no longer be a member of Congress.
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2 new developments reinforce how problematic Trump’s church photo op was (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
A mainstay of Trump’s presidency is how often it forces nonpolitical officials around him to participate in and defend his provocations.
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With the country in turmoil, Trump’s and Biden’s first stops are to their faithful blocs (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
Trump and Biden look to connect with faith voters after uprisings take over the nation.
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‘This is what happens to us.’ (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
The slow release of statistics on the virus’s effect based on race was an early flare that the response to the disease would follow familiar racial lines.
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The Technology 202: Facebook’s stance on Trump’s posts could hurt its efforts to recruit employees of color (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
The company’s 2019 diversity report said that just 3.8 percent of all employees are black.
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Biden begins to map out ‘revolutionary’ agenda, reimagining his presidency amid national upheaval (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
The presumptive Democratic nominee, who in the primaries dismissed the notion of radical systemic change, is rethinking his potential presidency as he considers taking power in the face of a pandemic, extreme unemployment and racial strife.
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The Finance 202: Delays and blind spots are tripping up the pandemic economic rescue (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
The problems are leaving some laid-off workers and struggling companies alike in limbo.
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The Energy 202: Big Oil could end up even bigger by the end of the coronavirus pandemic (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
Forthcoming bankruptcies could allow the largest companies to buy assets on the cheap.
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The next front in the culture war: Police kneeling (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
As unrest rages across the country, scenes like this are becoming part of the culture war over policing and the protests.
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The Cybersecurity 202: Chaos in primary elections offers troubling signs for November (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
Voters faced absentee ballots that didn’t arrive, long lines and confusion.
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The Health 202: Joe Biden says health care comes first when tackling racial inequality. (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
The presumptive Democratic nominee went after Trump for opposing the Affordable Care Act.
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Power Up: Black lawmakers slam Trump administration on policing, demand changes at Justice Department (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
They are not happy with William Barr.
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Donald Trump, friend of ‘all’ peaceful protesters? (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
The president seems to show support for peaceful protesters only when their interests are aligned with his. Any others get a cold shoulder or fiery condemnation.
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Rep. Steve King, who was shunned by GOP leaders for his racist remarks, loses in Iowa primary (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
The fate of the controversial conservative was the most closely watched of numerous House and Senate races as voters cast ballots amid the backdrop of a pandemic and racial unrest.
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Large protests against police violence again fill streets of U.S. cities (Wed, 03 Jun 2020)
More than 60 million people were under curfews as a result of the protests in 200 cities and 27 states.
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